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Synonyms

The government’s new policies will come into force from the next fiscal year.

  1. calendar
  2. academic
  3. financial
  4. leap

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He spends his money lavishly.

  1. hesitatingly
  2. generously
  3. foolishly
  4. carefully

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The confusion on the interlocutor’s face was gratifying.

  1. government officer
  2. party worker
  3. dialogist
  4. revolutionary

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Weather conditions have been improving over the past few days.

  1. mending
  2. amending
  3. becoming better
  4. advancing

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The growth and development of the peasant movement was indissolubly linked with the national struggle for freedom.

  1. firmly
  2. vaguely
  3. individually
  4. steadily

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A local court granted bail to the criminal on Thursday.

  1. confessed
  2. donated
  3. allowed
  4. yielded

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The judge told that he would analyze the evidence and then deliver the verdict.

  1. liberate
  2. surrender
  3. transfer
  4. pronounce

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In India, it has become easy to attack cultural artefacts these days.

  1. beckon
  2. assault
  3. belch
  4. appreciate

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I do not want you to lead a life of sycophancy as you did during the foreign rule.

  1. admiration
  2. love
  3. appreciation
  4. flattery

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He gave me a COUNTERFEIT coin.

  1. rare
  2. fake
  3. unmatured
  4. inferior

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At the end of the marathon everybody was EXHAUSTED.

  1. weakened
  2. honoured
  3. satisfied
  4. tired

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This is his MAIDEN appearance on the screen.

  1. first
  2. last
  3. girlish
  4. shy

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The decision of the Union Government to REPEAL the Urban Land Ceiling Act has been welcomed by all.

  1. suppress
  2. amend
  3. cancel
  4. withhold

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The experts’ MINUTE examination brought to light some important clues.

  1. quick
  2. detailed
  3. superficial
  4. prolonged

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He is extremely METICULOUS in his approach.

  1. simple
  2. careful
  3. fair
  4. reasonable

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We must adopt DRASTIC measures to control population growth.

  1. simple
  2. dramatic
  3. realistic
  4. severe

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The police officer tried to INTIMIDATE the witness but in vain.

  1. inform
  2. reward
  3. frighten
  4. persuade

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His candid opinions have won him many friends.

  1. kind
  2. courteous
  3. generous
  4. frank

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Businessmen who lack acumen cannot be expected to be very successful.

  1. fairness
  2. sharpness
  3. boldness
  4. righteousness

Synonyms

The police fired indiscriminately at the crowd, killing many innocent women and children.

  1. continuously
  2. without distinguishing
  3. foolishly
  4. rapidly

Synonyms

Bad tendencies are to be countered by good ones until all that is evil disappears.

  1. Opposed
  2. balanced
  3. reduced
  4. bypassed

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It is unwise to sever diplomatic relations with a neighbouring country over small matters.

  1. engage
  2. estrange
  3. cut off
  4. twist

Antonyms

The witness corroborated word for word the statement of the victim.

  1. accepted
  2. confirmed
  3. denied
  4. repeated

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The birth of his child decidedly proved to be an auspicious event in his life.

  1. precious
  2. ominous
  3. useless
  4. unforgettable

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Unlike his brother, he is affable.

  1. reserved
  2. gullible
  3. irritable
  4. lovable

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It was indeed arduous to cross streets in New York.

  1. pleasant
  2. effortless
  3. interesting
  4. risky

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My first lecture in the classroom was a fiasco.

  1. success
  2. joy
  3. fun
  4. disaster